Shootsta signs Woolworths and MLC as clients

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Shootsta Signs Woolworths And MLC as Clients

Video technology company Shootsta has signed both Woolworths and MLC as clients, as well as renewing $3.5 million worth of existing client work.

The announcement:

Global vid tech scale-up Shootsta has secured Woolworths, superannuation giant MLC and Hepatitis NSW as new clients, as it looks to again expand its product offering in 2021.

The company has also renewed $3.5 million worth of existing client work, resigning Transurban, Western Sydney University, Oz Minerals and American Express. Supermarket giant Aldi UK also expanded its arrangement with Shootsta to its US operations.

Growing its total client pool by 20 per cent since September, Shootsta now works with over 300 companies globally including The NSW Department of Education, Deloitte, Coles, HSBC, Zuora, AstraZeneca, Samsung and DHL.

“To say the past year has been challenging would really be an understatement. We pivoted our entire business in a month, and found a way to cater to this new demand for podcasts, digital content and events,” Shootsta CEO Mike Pritchett said.

“These latest clients wins and renewals are a testament to the hard work of the team in 2020, and position us for further growth this year.”

Shoosta will launch new products aimed at automating the video creation process.

“Our offering has already significantly simplified the video creation process, but we believe there’s more we can do here to make it quicker and easier for our companies to produce professional video,” Pritchett said

“Currently, you can’t create a video with Shootsta without at least communicating with one of our team. There’s no self-serve options and we’re working to rectify that with automation technology.

Launched in 2015, Shootsta provides companies, a professional editing solution, training and resources, a tech platform for uploading and storing video and an optional camera kit or the ability to hire camera operators.

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Shootsta has expanded its offering, now helping companies produce podcasts, animations and digital events. Shootsta operates out of five global offices located in Sydney, Singapore, Hong Kong, San Diego and London.

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